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Govt launches police portal under CCTNS: makes FIR, passport verification & more online

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has launched Digital Police Portal under the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems (CCTNS) project to create a national database of crimes and criminals as a resource for all stakeholders including the policy makers. The website will allow users to:  File FIR online: The portal will enable citizens to register FIRs online and will also allow person and address verification for purposes such as employee, tenants, nurses etc, permission for hosting public events, lost & found articles and vehicle theft etc. These services will be available in 34 States & UTs. Online passport verification: Besides, the portal will enable restricted access to law enforcement agencies on topics such as Antecedent Verification and make assessment of FIRs- this will do away the need of physical police verification for getting a passport. Vehicle registrations: The database under CCTNS portal will be linked with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH) database for vehicle registrations. Police reports: For police, the portal allows advanced search capabilities and analytical reports The  CCTNS will also be linked with National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) , an attached office of MHA. CCTNS once fully functional, will allow a search for a criminal/suspect on a national database apart from providing various services to the citizens through Citizen Portal. In future, the portal will connect to police, courts, prosecution, prisons and forensic labs into an Interoperable Criminal Justice System (ICJS) for facilitating data exchange between the stakeholders of criminal justice system. NCRB…

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